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Re: DAC960 and GCC

> What do you mean by removing -O2?
> I am trying to compile a DAC960 on a Alpha and I am running into this same
> problem.

the 3 line long command that compiles the DAC960 module has -O2 in it.  I
just copied the line, and ran it, but I didn't put the -O2 back on the line.

> > > There's no gcc in debian that will compile the DAC960 module on my 
> > > alpha noritake system (as1000a)  gcc-3.0 doesn't compile 2.4.17 
> > > right, gcc 2.95.4 bombs with an error compiling the module, and gcc 
> > > 2.95.2 (debian potato) just eats all memory and bomb compiling that 
> > > module.
> > 
> > This is an old problem, but one that was unfortunately never fixed.  
> > Can you try compiling it without optimisation?  IIRC, it still won't 
> > compile, but it may be worth checking again.
> Actually, it did compile when I removed -O2.  I haven't tried it yet
> What kind of performance hit will happen with -O2 removed?

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